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2012-11-13 05:07:07 +0200 | commented answer | Using PyDev (eclipse) and Sage (on Virtual Box) on Windows 7? Thanks for your response. Unfortunately, Virtual Box VM seems to manage everything like a black box. I can see files Sage-4.8.vbox and Sage-4.8-disk1.vmdk but not the file sage.exe. I imagine it is embedded in the latter. |

2012-11-10 23:49:29 +0200 | asked a question | Using PyDev (eclipse) and Sage (on Virtual Box) on Windows 7? Hi there, I am asking an old question (http://ask.sagemath.org/question/668/...) with a different flavour. I need to write a long sage project. I use Windows 7, Eclipse (pyDev) under Windows 7 for my python programming and I have sage 4.8 installed on Windows 7 via a VM Virtual Box. Also, I know very little of Linux. I wonder if it is possible to write a sage project on Eclipse (pyDev) under Windows 7 using the sage interpreter (and commands, etc). To begin with, I can't even find the location where the sage 4.8 folder is on my laptop, so I can't follow any of the instructions available on the web. I would appreciate any help in this regard as I have spent a lot of time googling an asnwer. Thanks, and cheers, Guillermo |

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